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Equities / Re: BE GREEEEEDY while OTHERS IN SHIVERINGGG....
« Last post by DR KIM on Yesterday at 10:40:38 PM »
tomolo antam hantam  hantam all the way!!!

SURE  ONE   :thumbsup: :cash: :cash: :cash: :cash: :) 8)    :dancing: :party: :cocktail:
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Sports Section / Re: Good news for Football Fans
« Last post by medan_1h1 on Yesterday at 10:39:57 PM »
Whao, i saw everthing is  :cash: :cash: :cash: :cash: :cash: now... just answer the quiz about C. Ronaldo? or also will ask about the sport things, but i know he recently win the FIFA Ballon, congraz to him :clap:
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Sports Section / Good news for Football Fans
« Last post by Abel on Yesterday at 10:35:53 PM »
As a football fans, im going to share a good news to you all. There are a CR7 contest which is test your knowledge about
Cristiano Ronaldo, all his fan pls dont miss this chance. Before this, subscribe to the Celcom Big Win CR7 trivia. The prizes is very attractive~ Up to RM200k~
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Equities / Re: Casino Stocks
« Last post by zuolun on Yesterday at 07:20:26 PM »
苏小妹:

顺势而为,不要逆势而行 ~ 炒底(bottom-picking)只有5%的人会赢,而输的人却是95%。


Midas ~ Bearish Bollinger Bands Breakout

Midas closed with a black marubozu @ S$0.092 (-0.018, -16.4%) with high volume done at 89.9m shares on 8 Dec 2017..

Immediate support @ S$0.085, immediate resistance @ S$0.098.

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Equities / Re: Casino Stocks
« Last post by zuolun on Yesterday at 05:10:39 PM »
苏小妹:

玩老千股必需先摸清公司的底细和计算庄家的持仓成本及持仓量。



苏小妹:

当年ISDN的股价在短短的六个月之内 (Jan 2013 to Jun 2013),从S$0.115爆涨到$1.40。

其最大的问题(red flag)是原自这个后来在20 Jun 2013宣布的凭单。
(Renounceable non-underwritten 1-for-2 rights issue of warrants @ S$0.02 each.)


ISDN HOLDINGS LIMITED
(Incorporated in the Republic of Singapore)
(Company Registration No. 200416788Z)
No. 10 Kaki Bukit Road 1 #01-30
KB Industrial Building
Singapore 416175
Tel: 6844 0288 Fax: 6844 0070

PROPOSED RENOUNCEABLE NON-UNDERWRITTEN RIGHTS ISSUE OF UP TO
179,972,475 WARRANTS AT AN ISSUE PRICE OF S$0.02 FOR EACH WARRANT ON
THE BASIS OF ONE (1) WARRANT FOR EVERY TWO (2) EXISTING ORDINARY
SHARES IN THE CAPITAL OF THE COMPANY HELD BY SHAREHOLDERS AS AT A
BOOKS CLOSURE DATE TO BE DETERMINED

1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 The board of directors (the “Directors”) of ISDN Holdings Limited (the “Company”)
wishes to announce that the Company is proposing to undertake a renounceable
non-underwritten rights issue (the “Warrants Issue”) of up to 179,972,475 warrants
(the “Warrants”) at an issue price of S$0.02 (the “Issue Price”) for each Warrant, each
Warrant carrying the right to subscribe for one (1) new ordinary share in the capital of
the Company (the “New Shares”) at an exercise price of S$0.60 (the “Exercise Price”),
on the basis of one (1) Warrant for every two (2) existing ordinary shares in the capital
of the Company (the “Shares”) held as at a books closure date to be determined by the
Directors (the “Books Closure Date”), fractional entitlements to be disregarded.

1.2 To demonstrate its strong commitment to and continuing support for the Company,
the Undertaking Shareholder (as defined below), who holds an aggregate of
127,890,250 Shares representing approximately 35.5% of the aggregate voting rights
in the Company as at the date hereof, will undertake to the Company that it will fully
subscribe for the Undertaking Shareholder’s pro-rata entitlement to the Warrants
under the Warrants Issue (as detailed in paragraph 3 below), as well as apply for all
Excess Warrants (as defined below).

2. PROPOSED PRINCIPAL TERMS OF THE WARRANTS ISSUE
Eligibility To Participate In The Warrants Issue
2.1 Up to 179,972,475 Warrants will be offered at the Issue Price per Warrant, on the
basis of one (1) Warrant for every two (2) Shares held by Shareholders as at the
Books Closure Date

2.2 The Company is proposing the Warrants Issue to Shareholders whose registered
addresses with the Company or The Central Depository (Pte) Limited (“CDP”), as the
case may be, are in Singapore as at the Books Closure Date or who have, at least
five (5) market days prior to the Books Closure Date, provided to the Company or the
CDP, as the case may be, addresses in Singapore for the service of notices and
documents (the “Entitled Shareholders”).

2.3 For practical reasons and in order to avoid any violation of the relevant legislation
applicable in countries other than Singapore, the Warrants will not be offered to
Shareholders with registered addresses outside Singapore as at the Books Closure
Date and who have not, at least five (5) market days prior to the Books Closure Date,
provided to the Company or the CDP, as the case may be, addresses in Singapore for
the service of notices and documents (the “Foreign Shareholders”).

2.4 The entitlements to Warrants which would otherwise be provisionally allotted to the
Foreign Shareholders may, if it is practicable to do so, be sold “nil-paid” on SGX-ST
as soon as practicable after the commencement of trading of nil-paid rights. The net
proceeds of such sales (after deducting any applicable brokerage, commissions and
expenses, including goods and services tax) will be aggregated and paid to Foreign
Shareholders in proportion to their respective shareholdings as at the Books Closure
Date, save that no payment will be made for amounts of less than S$10 to a single or
joint Foreign Shareholder, which amounts will be aggregated and will ultimately
retained to the benefit of the Company or dealt with as the Directors, in their absolute
discretion, deem fit in the interests of the Company.

2.5 Any entitlements to the Warrants which are not taken up in the Warrants Issue
(“Excess Warrants”) will be aggregated and allotted to satisfy excess applications,
disposed of or otherwise dealt with in such manner as the Directors may, in their
absolute discretion, deem fit in the interests of the Company.
Other Principal Terms

2.6 As at the date hereof, the existing issued share capital of the Company (excluding
treasury shares) is 359,944,950 Shares (the “Existing Share Capital”).

2.7 Based on the Existing Share Capital and assuming the Warrants Issue is fully
subscribed, 179,972,475 Warrants will be issued by the Company (the “Maximum
Subscription Scenario”).

2.8 The Entitled Shareholders will be free to accept in full or in part, decline or otherwise
renounce their provisional allotments of Warrants under the Warrants Issue, and will
also be eligible to apply for additional Warrants in excess of their provisional
allotments.

2.9 In the allotment of excess Warrants, preference will be given to the rounding of odd
lots, the Directors and substantial Shareholders will rank last in priority, and the
Company will not make any allotment and issue of excess Warrants which will result
in a transfer of controlling interest in the Company unless otherwise approved by
Shareholders in a general meeting.

2.10 The Warrants will be issued in registered form and will be listed and traded on the
Main Board of Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (“SGX-ST”) under the
book-entry (scripless) settlement system, upon the listing and quotation of the
Warrants on SGX-ST, subject to, inter alia, there being an adequate spread of
holdings of the Warrants to provide for an orderly market in the Warrants. Each
Warrant will, subject to the terms and conditions governing the Warrants to be set out
in an instrument by way of a deed poll (the “Deed Poll”), entitle its holder to subscribe
for one (1) New Share at the Exercise Price at any time during the period
commencing on and including the date of issue of the Warrants and expiring on the
date immediately preceding the fifth (5th) anniversary of the date of issue of the
Warrants.


2.11 The Issue Price and Execise Price together represent a discount of 55.6% from the
closing price of S$1.35 per Share traded on SGX-ST on 17 June 2013, being the last
trading day prior to the date of this announcement.

2.12 The Exercise Price and the number of Warrants to be held by each holder of
Warrants
will be subject to adjustments under certain circumstances in accordance with the
Deed Poll. The New Shares to be issued upon the exercise of the Warrants will, upon
allotment and issue, rank pari passu in all respects with the then existing Shares,
save for any dividends, rights, allotments or other distributions which may be declared
or paid, the record date for which falls before the relevant date of exercise of the
Warrants.

2.13 The terms and conditions of the Warrants Issue are subject to such changes as the
Directors may deem fit. The final terms and conditions of the Warrants Issue will be
contained in the offer information statement to be issued by the Company in
connection with the Warrants Issue (the “Offer Information Statement”).

3. IRREVOCABLE UNDERTAKINGS BY UNDERTAKING SHAREHOLDER

3.1 As at the date of this announcement, Assetraise Holdings Limited (the “Undertaking

Shareholder”), holds an aggregate of 127,890,250 Shares, representing
approximately 35.5% of the aggregate voting rights in the Company. The Undertaking
Shareholder is wholly-owned by Mr. Teo Cher Koon, a Director.

3.2 In connection with the Warrants Issue, the Undertaking Shareholder will provide to
the Company irrevocable undertakings, subject to certain conditions, that:

(a) the Undertaking Shareholder will subscribe for the Undertaking Shareholder’s
Warrants entitlements under the Warrants Issue, which represent an
aggregate of 63,945,125 Warrants; and

(b) the Undertaking Shareholder will apply for all Excess Warrants,
(the “Irrevocable Undertakings”).

3.3 The Undertaking Shareholder shall procure confirmations from financial institutions
that the Undertaking Shareholder has sufficient financial resources to fulfil the
Undertaking Shareholder’s obligations under the Irrevocable Undertakings.

3.4 The Irrevocable Undertaking is conditional upon, amongst others, the following:

(a) the Whitewash Waiver (as defined below) being granted by the SIC (as defined
below) and not having been withdrawn or revoked as at the date of completion
of the Warrants Issue;

(b) approval in-principle of SGX-ST for the dealing in, listing and quotation of the
Warrants and New Shares on the Mainboard of SGX-ST having been obtained
and such approval not having been withdrawn or revoked as at the date of
completion of the Warrants Issue;

(c) the Warrants Issue and the issue of the Warrants and the New Shares being
approved by Shareholders at an extraordinary general meeting of the
Company to be held (“EGM”); and

(d) the Whitewash Resolution (as defined below) being approved by the
Independent Shareholders (as defined below) at the EGM.
3.5 After taking into consideration the costs of engaging an underwriter and having to pay
commission in relation to the underwriting, and in view of the Irrevocable
Undertakings, the Company has decided to proceed with the Warrants Issue on a
non-underwritten basis.
4. PURPOSE OF THE WARRANTS ISSUE AND USE OF PROCEEDS

4.1 As previously disclosed by the Company, the Group has embarked on a
diversification strategy since 2009. On 8 March 2013 and 1 June 2013, the Company
announced proposed ventures into the business of constructing, operating and
maintaining hydropower plants in Indonesia. In addition, the Group had announced
proposed ventures into the businesses of (a) developing and operations of a coal
mine and the production of coal; and (b) constructing, operating and maintaining
hydropower plants, in Myanmar.

4.2 More recently, on 5 June 2013, the Company announced that the Company had
entered into a non-legally binding Memorandum of Understanding dated 4 June 2013
with IDI Infrastructures Inc., a Japanese fund management company with energy
infrastructure focused funds, investing in energy and infrastructure assets in Japan
and Asia, to explore opportunities to develop and invest into energy projects and
expand international power producer businesses in Asia.


.3 In view of the foregoing, the Directors believe that the Warrants Issue will provide
Shareholders who are confident of the future prospects of the Company, with the
opportunity to obtain further equity participation in the Company, by acquiring the
Warrants and/or subscribing for the New Shares through the exercise of the Warrants.
In addition, the proceeds from the subscription for the Warrants will provide the
Company with immediate financing, and in addition the exercise of the Warrants (as
and when that may occur) will provide additional financial flexibility to the Group.

4.4 In the Maximum Subscription Scenario, the gross proceeds from the subscription of
the Warrants and assuming all such Warrants are exercised, is approximately
S$111.6 million. The estimated gross proceeds from the exercise of such Warrants
alone, amounts to approximately S$108.0 million. Details of the estimated net
proceeds from the subscription of the Warrants and assuming all such Warrants is
exercised, after deducting professional fees as well as related expenses incurred in
connection with the Warrants Issue, will be disclosed in the Circular (as defined
below).

4.5 In view of the Irrevocable Undertakings, the gross proceeds from the subscription of
all the Warrants alone and assuming none of such Warrants is exercised, is
approximately S$3.6 million.

4.6 The Company intends to utilise the net proceeds raised from the Warrants Issue and
the exercise of the Warrants for working capital purposes for the energy-related
business of the Group, as well as to fund energy-related acquisitions by the Group,
with the former taking priority. The aforementioned energy-related acquisitions by the
Group include but is not limited to the conditional energy opportunities with Tun Thwin
Mining Co., Ltd as announced by the Company on 22 May 2013 and 1 June 2013.

4.7 Pending the deployment of the net proceeds from the Warrants Issue, the net
proceeds may be deposited with banks and/or financial institutions, invested in
short-term money market instruments and/or marketable securities, or used for any
other purpose on a short-term basis, as the Directors may, in their absolute discretion,
deem fit.

4.8 The Company will comply with Rule 704(30) and 1207(20) of the listing manual of the
SGX-ST, and where proceeds of the Warrants Issue and the exercise of the Warrants
are to be used for working capital purposes, the Company will disclose a breakdown
with specific details on the use of proceeds for working capital in the Company’s
announcements on use of proceeds.


5. THE WHITEWASH RESOLUTION

5.1 Under Rule 14.1 of the Singapore Code on Take-overs and Mergers (the “Code”),
where (a) any person who acquires whether by a series of transactions over a period
of time or not, shares which (taken together with shares held or acquired by persons
acting in concert with him) carrying 30% or more of the voting rights in the Company;
or (b) any person who together with persons acting in concert with him, holds not less
than 30% but not more than 50% of the voting rights in the Company and such person,
or any person acting in concert with him, acquires in any period of six (6) months
additional Shares carrying more than one per cent. (1%) voting rights, he is required
to make a mandatory general offer for all the Shares in the Company which he does
not already own or control (“Mandatory Offer”).

5.2 The fulfillment by the Undertaking Shareholder, of the Undertaking Shareholder’s
obligations under the Irrevocable Undertaking and the exercise of the Warrants
issued to the Undertaking Shareholder pursuant to such fulfillment, may result in the
aggregate shareholding of the Undertaking Shareholder, which amounts to not less
than 30% but not more than 50% of the Company’s share capital prior to the Warrants

Issue, to increase by more than one per cent. (1%), thereby triggering a requirement
for the Undertaking Shareholder and parties acting in concert with the Undertaking
Shareholder to make the Mandatory Offer unless the approval of a resolution
(“Whitewash Resolution”) for the waiver of the rights of the Independent
Shareholders (as defined below) to receive the Mandatory Offer for the Company
from the Undertaking Shareholder and parties acting in concert with the Undertaking
Shareholder is obtained from the independent Shareholders (being Shareholders
other than the Undertaking Shareholder and parties acting in concert with the
Undertaking Shareholder) (“Independent Shareholders”). As such, Company, on
behalf of the Undertaking Shareholder and parties acting in concert with the
Undertaking Shareholder, will be making an application to the Securities Industry
Council (“SIC”) for, inter alia, a waiver of the Undertaking Shareholder’s obligations
and the parties acting in concert with the Undertaking Shareholder to make the
Mandatory Offer as a result of the exercise of the Warrants subscribed by the
Undertaking Shareholder under the Warrants Issue (the “Whitewash Waiver”).

5.3 An independent financial adviser will be appointed by the Company to advise the
Directors who are independent for the purposes of making the recommendation to the
Independent Shareholders in respect of the Whitewash Resolution. Details of such
independent financial adviser as well as further details of the Whitewash Waiver will
be set out in the Circular (as defined below).

6. APPROVALS
The implementation of and the offer of Warrants under the Warrants Issue are subject
to, inter alia:

(a) the grant of the Whitewash Waiver by the SIC;

(b) approval in-principle of SGX-ST for the dealing in, listing and quotation of the
Warrants and New Shares on the Mainboard of SGX-ST having been
obtained;

(c) the approval of Shareholders for the Warrants Issue, and the issue of the
Warrants and the New Shares at the EGM;

(d) the approval of Independent Shareholders for the Whitewash Resolution at
the EGM; and

(e) the lodgment of the Offer Information Statement with the Monetary Authority of
Singapore.

An application will be made to SGX-ST for permission to deal in and for the listing
and quotation of the Warrants and New Shares on the Mainboard of SGX-ST. The
Company will announce the outcome of the application in due course, together with
the indicative timetable for the Warrants Issue.

. OTHER INFORMATION

A circular setting out information on, together with a notice of the EGM, to approve,
amongst other things, the Warrants Issue, will be dispatched to the Company to the
Shareholders in due course (the “Circular”).

8. INTERESTS OF DIRECTORS AND CONTROLLING SHAREHOLDERS

Save as otherwise disclosed herein in respect of Mr. Teo Cher Koon’s interests in the
Undertaking Shareholder, none of the Directors or substantial Shareholders and/or
their respective associates has any interest, direct or indirect, in the transactions
disclosed above (other than through their respective shareholdings in the Company).

9. RESPONSIBILITY STATEMENT

The Directors (including any Director who may have delegated detailed supervision of
the preparation of this announcement) have taken all reasonable care to ensure that
the facts stated in this announcement are fair and accurate and that no material facts
have been omitted therefrom, and they jointly and severally accept responsibility for
this announcement accordingly.

As and when appropriate, the Company will make further announcements in relation
to the Warrants Issue.

The proposed Warrants Issue is subject to compliance by the Group with the
requirements of the Listing Manual.

In the circumstances, there is no assurance that the Warrants issue will
proceed and accordingly, Shareholders ought to exercise caution when
trading or dealing in their shares. Shareholders and potential investors should
also seek advice from their stockbrokers, bank managers, solicitors,
accountants or other professional advisers if they have any doubts about the
actions they should take.

By Order of the Board
Teo Cher Koon
Managing Director and President
ISDN Holdings Limited
20 June 2013
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Equities / Re: Casino Stocks
« Last post by odie on Yesterday at 03:08:08 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKD87XQZP3E
家和萬事興-三月雪+求籤+男人的一半是女人+江山美人+甲天借膽+恨你愛我愛一半
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Equities / Re: Casino Stocks
« Last post by odie on Yesterday at 03:07:26 PM »
zuolun bro,

there is speculation on the street that cdg is considering rights issue
if there is, i will consider
lol
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Equities / Re: Casino Stocks
« Last post by odie on Yesterday at 03:06:01 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouixME55RW0
張蓉蓉&蔡義德~走若飛

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRSS11CAz3g
王識賢-牽袂條的手【官方完整MV版】

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjGXCFTIy2g
三立【家和萬事興】片頭曲牽袂條的手
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Equities / Re: BE GREEEEEDY while OTHERS IN SHIVERINGGG....
« Last post by kakipukul on Yesterday at 03:00:59 PM »
tomolo antam hantam  hantam all the way!!!
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Equities / Re: Casino Stocks
« Last post by zuolun on Yesterday at 10:42:21 AM »
The most powerful volatility breakout indicator is the Bollinger Bands. Relatively narrow band width can predict a big advance or decline. When volatility expands and a stock or index breaks out of a trading range, it signals a change to a period of higher volatility and a possible directional move.

ComfortDelgro ~ Bearish Bollinger Bands Breakout, interim TP S$1.75, next TP S$1.56

ComfortDelgro closed with a black marubozu @ S$1.91 (-0.03, -1.5%) with high volume done at 21.4m shares on 8 Dec 2017.

Immediate support @ S$1.83, immediate resistance @ S$1.95.



ComfortDelgro ~ Bearish Butterfly Breakout, interim TP S$1.75, next TP S$1.56

ComfortDelgro closed with a black marubozu @ S$2.01 (-0.06, -2.9%) with high volume done at 20.6m shares on 19 Sep 2017.

Immediate support @ S$1.95, immediate resistance @ S$2.05.

The gaps created on May 15, Aug 23 and Sep 18 were strong SELL signals accompanied by high and extremely high volume.



In technical analysis, history repeats itself. The theory behind chart pattern is based on this assumption. The idea is that certain patterns repeat many times, and that these patterns signal a certain high probability move in a stock. Based on the historic trend of a chart pattern setting up a certain price movement, look for these patterns to identify trading opportunities. Follow the smart money; they sell, you follow sell, not buy.

ComfortDelgro ~ Bearish Butterfly Breakout Chart Pattern confirmed on 12 May 2017

ComfortDelgro closed with a spinning top @ S$2.46 (-0.01, -0.4%) with 7.91m shares done on 17 May 2017.

Immediate support @ S$2.44, immediate resistance @ S$2.50.



Example (1) of a Bearish Butterfly Breakout Chart Pattern



Example (2) of a Bearish Butterfly Breakout Chart Pattern


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